SOURCE: Cyber Defense Systems, Inc.

October 11, 2006 12:50 ET

Cyber Defense Systems Announces Sales Agreement With National Security Associates Valued at Over $2.5 Million

ST. PETERSBURG, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- October 11, 2006 -- Cyber Defense Systems, Inc. (OTCBB: CYDF), a designer and developer of next generation UAVs, announces it has entered into a resell agreement for its CyberBug™ product line with National Security Associates, Inc. (NSA). The minimum value of the contract is for the purchase of 60 CyberBugs™ for over $2.5 million.

National Security Associates provides advanced training and research in Tactical Surveillance, and is building a national training center on 692 acres in Chattahoochee, Georgia. The agreement with NSA states that the Cyber family of UAVs and airships will be utilized at their center by military, law enforcement and public safety personnel in Military Operations on Urbanized Terrain training and disaster area training. Cyber Defense Systems expects to demonstrate its family of small UAVs at the training center and occupy it for joint-use deployment and support. This 692 acre complex will be the principal training site for UAV Command & Control law enforcement and tactical employment, integration training, and operator training.

"National Security Associates is anxiously looking forward to receiving CyberBugs from Cyber Defense, and adding training programs and UAVs to our 700 acre world-class training facility which is under construction. This will make the site a multi dimensional testing, training, integration, and technology analysis center for Homeland Security, our Military, and Law Enforcement," stated Tony Oxford, President of National Security Associates, Inc.

"This agreement presents a turn key solution for our various product lines for real time training on a daily basis. This agreement presents a win-win for building our businesses," stated Billy Robinson, CEO of Cyber Defense Systems.

About Cyber Defense Systems

Cyber Defense Systems, Inc. (OTCBB: CYDF) is designing and building a new generation of UAVs. Cyber Defense is currently marketing airships and their CyberBug™ UAVs to various branches of the U.S. government and U.S. allies as multi-use platform vehicles capable of deployment in surveillance and communication operations. Cyber Defense Systems, Inc.

Cyber Defense recently acquired Techsphere Systems International, Inc. now a wholly owned subsidiary of Cyber Defense. Techsphere is located in Atlanta and Columbus, GA, a manufacturer of low and mid altitude airships. Together with their teaming companies, Techsphere designs and builds unique airship platforms for use in many areas including surveillance, the military and wireless communications. The current SA 60 spherical airship design holds the world altitude record at over 20,000 feet.

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